Nail Files Katie Cazorla Show You How to Create a Football Nailgating Manicure, As Seen on “Home & Family”

I’m watching NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” in the hopes that Tony Romo and my Dallas Cowboys can keep their 31 – 17 lead over the New Orleans Saints! Are you watching, too? I’ve been in SF Giants playoff mode as of late, but this Cowboys lead is getting me in the spirit of NFL football. Speaking of football, do you love showing your team spirit in the form of fashion or perhaps your freshly painted nails? Katie Cazorla (Star of “Nail Files”, Owner of The Painted Nail in the W Hollywood & Everything Nailz on Ventura Blvd) was on Hallmark’s “Home & Family” show recently and shared the secret to creating a fun “Nailgating” manicure just in time for hopefully a Cowboys win!

 

Home & Family Hallmark, Nail Files star and The Painted File owner, Katie Cazorla shares the secret to creating fun football inspired "Nailgating" nails. H&F Photo Credit:  Copyright 2014 Crown Media Family Networks/Photographer: Jeremy Lee

Nail Files star and The Painted File owner, Katie Cazorla shares the secret to creating fun football inspired “Nailgating” nails on Hallmark’s “Home & Family”. H&F Photo Credit: Copyright 2014 Crown Media Family Networks/Photographer: Jeremy Lee

 

 

Nail Files, Katie Cazorla gives Katherine LaNasa, Cristina Ferrare and Kym Douglas get "Nailgating" manicures! NFL football

Nail Files, Katie Cazorla gives Katherine LaNasa, Cristina Ferrare and Kym Douglas get “Nailgating” manicures!

 

 

 

How To Create A Textured Football Manicure

•  Have your nails painted a reddish brown.

•  Take a few drops of the same reddish brown nail polish, drop next to workspace.

•  Dip the smallest end of the nail dotter in the nail polish and dot entire nail.

•  Take nail art brush and, using white polish, draw half moon shaped at the base of the cuticle and half moon shape at the top of your nail, starting at the free edge, curling up and then back to the free edge, then draw the line with the laces.

•  Apply dry clear coat to seal it in.

Tips For Maintaining Detailed Manicures/Nail Art:

You definitely need a good top coat because that’s what seals in the nail art. There are so many good ones made specifically for nail art. Avoid using fast drying ones. Only use fast drying ones if you’re in a super hurry. You want one that’s a bit thicker.

Get more great nail tips from Katie Cazorla on Twitter @ThePaintedNail! Don’t forget, “Home & Family” airs weekdays at 10 am on the Hallmark Channel.
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